The emphasis in healthcare in general has moved focus to prevention and wellbeing. Men now more than ever are encouraged to be active participants in their wellbeing. As such, Glasgow Medical Rooms provides a number of private healthcare services tailored specifically for men. These include:
The general well man’s health medical includes:
Our comprehensive private medical ensures you get a full understanding of your body and what is normal for you. The appointment lasts for around 1 hour, and test results are given within a 72 hour period.
We are pleased to offer a service for examination and private referral for ultrasound for testicular lumps and testicular symptoms. There are several causes of symptoms such as testicular pain and/or lumps. Most of these are benign but should be examined and treated. Cancer of the testicles normally affects young men between 20 and 55 years of age, however you should still seek medical advice if you suffer any symptoms no matter your age.
If you feel a lump or would just like peace of mind, please contact our clinic for an appointment. You will have a consultation and examination, and if necessary an urgent referral can be arranged.
Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of death by cancer in the UK, and the main factor increasing the likelihood of developing prostate cancer is age. Early symptoms of prostate cancer do vary but the most common ones include having to rush to the toilet to pass urine, difficulty passing urine, blood in urine or passing urine more often – especially at night.
We encourage those over 40 or with a family history of prostate cancer to consider regular checks of your prostate. At Glasgow Medical Rooms we offer medical examinations and blood tests to help understand and manage your risk of prostate cancer. The test is a specific antigen test. If you are interested in having this test, please avoid ejaculation for 48 hours before it.
Erectile Dysfunction is a very common condition which around half of all men aged between 40 and 70 will experience at some point. It can usually be a symptom of a wider health problem, which makes it all the more important to investigate the cause with an experienced doctor. Dr O’Neill is experienced in dealing with erectile and sexual dysfunction and a number of treatment options are available to you, including prescribed medication, referral for private psychosexual counselling which can be done in-house, or specialist private referrals for more complex cases. For more information or to make an appointment with Dr O’Neill to discuss this please call us on 0141 225 0140